The Bernstein SmartSteps series provides a unique platform for selected Early Career Scientists of the Bernstein Network Computational Neuroscience to present their research projects to the scientific community. Once a month, one PhD candidate and one Postdoc who are ready to take their next (smart) step for their scientific career will discuss their research in an online seminar.
Join the Bernstein SmartSteps Series as an audience if you are interested in cutting-edge computational neuroscience and want to watch out for new talents in the field. The live talks will be held in Zoom. A recording will be published in a separate collection on the Bernstein Vimeo Channel.
Please sign-up here to if you would like to join for the live talks. The link to the Zoom Channel will be send shortly before the talk.
Fall series 2021
Thursday, Nov 4, 4 pm CET
- Miriam Henning (Silies lab) | University of Mainz, Germany
An optimal population code for global motion estimation in local direction-selective cells
- Barna Zajzon (Morrison lab) | Forschungszentrum Jülich, Germany
Representation transfer and signal denoising through topographic modularity
Thursday, Nov 25, 4 pm CET
- Han Lu (Vlachos lab) | University of Freiburg, Germany
Homeostatic structural plasticity of neuronal connectivity triggered by optogenetic stimulation
- Golan Karvat (Diester lab) | University of Freiburg, Germany
Spontaneous activity competes with externally evoked responses in sensory cortex
Thursday, Dec 9, 4 pm CET
- Bin Wang (Aljadeff lab) | University of California San Diego, USA
A nonlinear shot noise model for calcium-based synaptic plasticity
- Helene Schreyer (Gollisch lab) | University Medical Center Göttingen, Germany
Nonlinear spatial integration in retinal bipolar cells shapes the encoding of artificial and natural stimuli